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5 Tips for Taking Back Your Shower

5 Tips for Taking Back Your Shower If you’re like many busy women, you may have discovered that your shower is the only time you have to yourself each day, away from the stress and responsibilities of everyday life. Making the most of each shower will allow you to take the time to cleanse not only your body, but also your mind. With these five simple tips, you can wash away your worries and make each shower ...

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The Bath Truth

The Bath Truth A multi-sensorial playground to nurture baby’s development Special to the NNPA from The Atlanta Voice From bath time to bedtime, there are a number of rituals parents participate in with their children that bring them closer together. These small acts provide a sense of security to little ones and serve as family bonding time. However, many parents do not realize these everyday moments can be ...

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The Nature of A Man: It’s a Matter of Self-Pride

The Nature of A Man: It’s a Matter of Self-Pride THE FEMALE SOLUTION By Naimah Latif Columnist “A man will have sex with any attractive woman who says ‘yes.’ That’s how all men are,” my male friend declared. No, that’s not true, it depends on how the man was raised, I insisted.  He emphatically disagreed, stating, “Every man is that way. That’s the nature of a man.” My friend and I have been having this deb ...

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Women: Stop Condoning Hate Crimes Against Women!

Women: Stop Condoning Hate Crimes Against Women! “It’s terrible that she was raped...but what was she wearing?”   I stared in shock at my longtime friend, someone I knew to be an intelligent, progressive champion of the oppressed. When a man makes such an accusatory statement about a victim of sexual assault, it makes my blood boil and I can hardly hold myself back from screaming accusations of “misogynist! ...

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Discovering Your Potential

Discovering Your PotentiaL Endurance, Perseverance, Strength & Commitment By: Lyndia Grant Special To The NNPA FROM THE WASHINGTON INFORMER   Recently, as I watched pink flowers on trees, amidst clear, frozen ice, it was a reminder that spring is right around the corner.  Signs of spring are everywhere, yet snow has plagued the east coast. By the time this column hits the streets, the winter weathe ...

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My Spring Awakening

            By: Jocelyn Morris Fashion & Beauty Columnist   Outfit of the Day:    My Spring Awakening Hello all you lovely people in Chicago! Spring is here and I am SO excited. I feel like a bear that has been slumbering in a deep sleep for a long time. This is the time of year that I feel most alive! I’m a spring baby so that could have something to do with it. ...

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The Nude – Pump Project

              By: Jocelyn Morris Fashion & Beauty Columnist 4 Generations Shooting Tragedy Hello all you lovely people! So I decided to switch up my approach to shoe shopping. It is ALWAYS a source of frustration for me. People think that women’s feet stop growing at size 9! And for the shoe stores that actually do sell shoes for women with larger feet, we have to comp ...

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ASK ALMA: I Didn’t Arrest My Cop Friend’s Attention

ASK ALMA: I Didn’t Arrest My Cop Friend’s Attention Dear Alma, Ok, I was with a police officer for 10 years. He did some awful things in our relationship. Meaning he cheated on me. A lot of it was through the Internet or through the phone. Meaning he was sexting many other women. Which he considered not cheating. We were living together and I was battling lupus. He said it was because I was sick often and d ...

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ASK ALMA: Mother Moved in: But, Won’t Move Out!

ASK ALMA         By: Alma Gill Columnist Dear Alma,   My mother and I have a decent relationship. She was on drugs when I was growing up, but she’s stopped and is doing fine. She is healthy and able. She lives with me and my kids. She doesn’t pay rent or help with the kids. I’m 36 and she’s 55. When she moved in, I thought it was temporary and wanted to help her get on her feet. Now ...

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Training Your Four-Legged Friend

Obedience brings happiness to the home   Man’s best friend can be counted on for many things - from greeting you after a long day at work to being a loyal walking buddy. But to reap all the benefits of dog ownership, it’s important to lay the foundation of training and obedience.   Why train? An obedient dog is a happy dog, free of restrictions. When a dog acts out, the owner must quickly react - ...

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